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Alma Yvonne Dixon (born 23 February) is an actress, writer, director, and producer who appeared as a bar patron in the Star Trek: Voyager second season episode "Non Sequitur" for which she filmed her scenes on Friday 21 July 1995 on Paramount Stage 16.

Dixon appeared in the music videos "My Secret (Didja Gitit Yet?)" by New Edition (1985) and "The Best Things in Life Are Free" by Janet Jackson and Luther Vandross (1992). Following her first screen credit in the television crime comedy Hammer, Slammer, & Slade (1990, with Jack Axelrod, Bernie Casey, and Mark Rolston), she appeared in episodes of In Living Color (1990 and 1991), the action comedy Mo' Money (1992, with Dick Butler and Salli Richardson), and had a recurring role as Vonzella in the comedy series Harlem Hip Hop (1993, working with Josef Cannon, Iona Morris, and Joan Pringle).

Further acting work include guest roles in episodes of Martin (1995), The Jamie Foxx Show (1996), Touched by an Angel (1996, with Lawrence Monoson), ER (1999, with Cress Williams, Dick Miller, Ron Fassler, and Penny Johnson), All of Us (2007), and The Punanny Diaries (2010), the comedy High Freakquency (1998, with Iona Morris), the drama The Other Sister (1999, with Linda Thorson and Stephen Blackehart), the television crime drama Stranger Inside (2001, with Mary Mara and Billy Mayo), and the action comedy Double Duty (2009, with Anthony DeLongis) on which she also worked as unit prouction manager.

In 2005, she wrote, directed, and produced the short comedy 3 the Hard Way with production partner S.K. Dayne whom she met in the accounting department at 20th Century Fox. They won the special recognition award at the 2006 Boston International Film Festival in the category Short Film. Further credits as producer include the short drama The Trainer (2010), the short comedy Its Just Thanksgiving Dinner (2011), and the short comedy On This Night (2015).

More recently, Dixon had a recurring role in the comedy series Mi Casa Mi Casa (2015, produced by Baron Jay) and completed filming of the romance The Bad Batch (2016).

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